Rising Up from Oppression: Black Social Justice Movements in Philadelphia

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Rising Up from Oppression: Black Social Justice Movements in Philadelphia
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Saturday 22 February 2020
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Rising Up from Oppression: Black Social Justice Movements in Philadelphia (Part II)


During Black History Month, we hear about the important role of two local historically black Episcopal churches in Philadelphia and their role in wider social justice movements. Come hear about the Black Panthers, W.E.B. Du Bois, and other notable figures and their association with these churches.

The Church of the Crucifixion’s Role in Black Social Justice Movements
Michael Krasulski, Department Chair and Assistant Professor in the Library and Learning Resources Department, the Community College of Philadelphia & The Rev. Canon Betsy Ivey, Canon for Innovation and Community Engagement, the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania

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